Some of the greatest superheroes of all time have heeded the call of “Avengers Assemble!” Also, a lot of randos.
The Avengers, The Justice League, and the Guardians of the Galaxy all prepare for the war against Darth Vader and the Dark Side of the Force.
An awesome female fictional character played by an even more awesome female human being.
The 21st century is hard for everyone bae.
Tumblr’s plotlines for this movie are guaranteed to be way less upsetting than whatever Marvel’s got cooked up. Let’s enjoy this while we still can.
And it’s the cutest thing you’ve ever heard.
It’s probably some guy named Chris.
Alas, tis Sir Batman of Gotham, and his squire, Robin!.
Surprise bitch, I bet you thought you’d seen the last of me.
Basically, if this movie was real, it would make all of the money.
Watch your back, patriarchy. These bitches are coming for you.
Were you most enthralled watching Captain America and Black Widow kick Hydra butt? Has Prof. X invaded your every thought? I am Groot?
Excuse me while I watch Captain America rip this log in half.
“I still believe in heroes.”
With great power comes great f#@kability.
“Big-budget films from disparate eras: Assemble!”
IT’S CHRISTMAS IN OCTOBER.
This is basically one big post of comics spoilers, so you are warned.
Turns out, Thor may not be the only one who’s worthy. But who is that mystery woman at the end of the clip?
On the set of Avengers: Age of Ultron, Chris Hemsworth and Chris Evans explain what’s next for their respective superheroes, and for the actors outside of the Marvel Studios universe. Part one of BuzzFeed News’ ongoing feature from the set of the film.
Because who wouldn’t want to listen to Star-Lorde?
These movies are so bad-good it’ll be like watching Batman and Robin times a million.
BuzzFeed sat down with ’90s royalty Jerry Springer at New York Comic Con and played a quick game of “This or That” with him.
Meet your new favorite twitter.
Because before you save the universe, you should probably take a selfie.
Being boring is bad, and not in a good way.
It’s hard out there for a geek.